Stevenage play centre boss is saddling up and on track for Sport Relief cycle ride

360 Play staff are saddling up in support of Sport Relief. Managing director Duncan Phillips (left)

360 Play staff are saddling up in support of Sport Relief. Managing director Duncan Phillips (left) with Billie-Jan Hills, Dave Coleman and Anne Basketfield who, with other members of the 360 Play team, will be taking part in the 50 mile cycle ride for charity. - Credit: Archant

Staff at family entertainment centre operator 360 Play are saddling up to support next month’s national Sport Relief fundraising push.

The group, which has an outlet on Stevenage Leisure Park, is planning a 50 mile cycle ride.

Managing director Duncan Phillips will be joined by colleagues for the sponsored ride starting and finishing at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park’s iconic Lee Valley VeloPark, part of the site of the 2012 London Olympic Games.

The money raised will be split between four nominated charities, including the Tracks autism support centre in Boulton Road, Stevenage.

Sales and marketing manager Billie-Jan Hills, pictured above with Duncan and colleagues Dave Coleman and Anne Basketfield, said: “We are doing some serious training so hopefully we’ll raise lots of money for these great causes.”


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